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Rajiv Mordani

Rajiv Mordani is a senior engineer at Sun Microsystems, working on the web technologies as an architect. Rajiv has been involved in the open source community at Apache with xerces and tomcat in the past doing implementation and also as the JAXP specification lead. He is currently the specification lead for Servlets.

 

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The JSR for the next revision of Servlet specification - Servlet 3.1 is approved and we are now in the process of forming the expert group.

Jan Luehe, Greg Wilkins and I did a talk on Servlet 3.0 at JavaOne yesterday. Am attaching the slides from the...

The proposed final draft of the Servlet 3.0 specification is now available at the JCP site .

It's been a while since my last update. However I am pleased to report that the Proposed Final Draft (PFD) of Servlet 3.0 is now been handed off to the JCP. Some highlights of what is in the PFD...

Someone just pointed me to Greg Wilkin's latest blog entry. I tried posting my response in his comments however it was...

I will be presenting 3.0 in a webinar on December 18th. For details and logistics about the webinar go to http://wikis.sun.com/display...

After the last couple of entries I have gotten requests for more details on how the async works.

Since the Early draft of the specification for Servlet 3.0 (JSR 315) the expert group has been working on refining and improving the specificaiton in a couple of areas - Ease of Development (EoD...

It's been a while since I gave an update about servlet 3.0. However while I haven't been blogging we at the expert group are working through refining and making the specification better for the...

We now have a dedicated irc channel for the GlassFish webtier where you can chat with the engineering team members. It is on irc.freenode.net. For help on how to use irc, the clients for the...

We now have an aggregated feed for all webtier related blogs - http://feeds.feedburner.com/GlassFish-webtier.

In my previous post I described some of the pluggability mechanism being added to the servlet 3.0 specification...

In my earlier post I gave an overview of the things that are being worked upon in Servlet 3.0. This post...

Update: The early draft of the specification is now available at the JCP site. Click here to get to the draft.

It's been a while...

Earlier in the year we had
pre-announced
that...

Earlier in the week Greg Murray announced the 1.0 release of jMaki AJAX framework. The framework allows users to create JavaScript and CSS centric...

Today we announced the general availability of GlassFish v2 and associated products notably the Java...

Servlet 3.0 (JSR 315) was filed and approved by the JCP executive committee. See voting results here.

Unlike some of the previous...

Project Jersey is the open source implementation of JAX-RS: The Java API for RESTful Web Services that...

Release 2 of the Sun Web Developer Pack is now available. You can get it here. Some things that have changed since...

Java SE 6 was released in it's final form on Monday, 12th December to the world. Support for Web Services and XML data binding were a couple of the key new features added to the Java platform in...

Sun recently announced two initiiatives at JavaOne 2006 to AJAX enable JSPs and JSF components -
jMaki
and
...

The SE / EE executive committee for the JCP approved the final versions of the JAX-WS 2.0 (JSR 224), JAXB 2.0 (...

The public review of Common Annotations for the Java Platform is now available at...